18th - 20th June 2019, London, UK
Stand SH3610, Safety & Health Expo, Excel London



Presentation invite

Attend a key presentation to help company’s like (company name) more effectively address Hand-Arm Vibration exposure risks.

Presented by Leif Anderson CTO Reactec, on current challenges in HAVS prevention and latest research to drive change.

11.30am, 18th June in the Operational Excellence Theatre. If not already registered for the expo then click here.

All delegates will be entered into a prize draw to win the recently launched RASOR device.



Also meet Reactec at stand SH3610 to;


Q&A + HAV monitoring "Do's & Don'ts" guide

Meet us for answers regarding HAV related legal, legislation, HSE guidance and ISO standards plus collect your guide on HAV exposure risk monitoring.



Benchmark your HAVS risk management

Compare your current HAVS risk management practises against our system cost/health monitoring benefits.



RASOR - NEW product demo 

A multi-purpose device to not only monitor your noise/dust/gas/HAVwear devices with real-time supervision but also support lone working.




Find out why over 60,000 UK workers have already used HAVwear to improve protection against HAVS risk.



In the meantime to register for the S&H Expot visit www.safety-health-expo.co.uk





Simply attend our stand (SH3610) at the Safety & Health Expo to enter or if you can't attend then click here to enter your details into the prize draw.



We look forward to meeting you at the event.



Meet us at the stand

By arranging a meeting we will ensure we have dedicated specialists on hand.

In the text box below provide details for your meeting and topics to cover & suggest a time and date to meet.


Interlink M74 Project - David Teasdale, Site Foreman

“I couldn’t believe the HAVmeter could survive those conditions. When we saw it slip into a flooded cavity, we thought we’d never see it again. However, when we found it again two months later, we just took it out, wiped it down, and carried on using it. It is a very impressive and resilient piece of technology.”